To celebrate the newly arrived fall weather (a few weeks ago), the boys and I packed up our nature gear and a picnic lunch and headed out to explore a new trail.
It’s very rare that we have a Saturday with absolutely no plans. Today was that day, and we had BEAUTIFUL fall weather to boot! What’s more, it was opening day for the pumpkin farm located just a hop, skip and a jump away from our Yankee Homestead.
Want to guess what we did today?
“All music is folk music, I ain’t never heard no horse sing a song.”
–Louis Armstrong, one of the greatest artists in jazz history
Sadly, all music is NOT folk music, and some kids’ music is downright annoying.
Tired of listening to Veggie Tales and The Wiggles?
Looking for a great gift for a young friend or a family with kids?
Try some folk music!
Photo[ by Runder
This was one of my top struggles at the beginning of our Strange, New Dietary Journey.
We have two young, growing boys here at the Yankee Homestead. They eat a lot. So does their mom. Unfortunately (or fortunately, in light of our health) most of our old snack stand-bys had gone out the window.
What’s a GF/SF/etc-F mom to do?
I have this friend who used to feel sorry for me.
I didn’t know this until much later, but apparently the first few times she visited my house, she thought we were struggling to make ends meet. She pitied me because my furniture was so old and beat up.Read More
Almond flour has been a lifesaver for us here at the Yankee Homestead.
It’s delicious, nutritious and can be used both for baking and cooking.